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    • "Caduceus" dedication to Edward H. Cary

    • The 1944 first edition of the Southwestern Medical College yearbook, "Caduceus" contained this dedication to Edward H. Cary, M.D., the person who spearheaded the founding of Southwestern. This illustration shows the 1929 bust of Dr. Cary that was...
    • 1944
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    • "Match Day" at Southwestern Medical School, 1984

    • On “Match Day,” fourth-year medical students across the country learn which residency program they have been “matched” with, and that determines where they’ll spend the next four to seven years of their medical training. It is a day of excitement,...
    • 1984
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    • "Modern Medicine" medallion

    • This "Modern Medicine" medallion was first located in Dallas' Medical Arts Building, which opened in 1923 on the northwest corner of St. Paul and Pacific streets in downtown Dallas. The building was conceived and built by Dr. Edward H. Cary, who...
    • Circa 1923
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    • "Parkland Was Our Home"

    • This article recounts the experiences of the author, Louise Florence Berthold, as a child living with her family at Parkland Hospital from 1898 to 1902. Her father, John Hicks Florence, was City Health Officer at the time. The article was published...
    • 1971
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    • "The White Cap," St. Paul School of Nursing yearbook, 1963

    • St. Paul Hospital (Dallas, Texas) operated a School of Nursing from 1900 to 1971. For many of those years, a yearbook was published for the nursing students. This is the text of the 1963 yearbook, which was titled, “The White Cap.”
    • 1963
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    • "Victory Huts" behind Parkland Hospital Nurses' Home on Maple Avenue

    • "Victory Huts" were prefabricated buildings developed during World War II as a method of providing quick housing for soldiers. The white "Victory Huts" behind the Parkland Nurses' Home are believed to have been used first as housing for recovering...
    • Circa 1945
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    • "Ward class" at Parkland Hospital on Maple Avenue

    • William F. Mengert, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Southwestern Medical School, conducts a "ward class" in Parkland Hospital. Medical students, interns and/or residents accompany a physician on rounds in the ward to discuss the care...
    • Circa 1950
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    • Adolph H. (“Buddy”) Giesecke, M.D., portrait photo, 1993

    • Dr. A. H. (“Buddy”) Giesecke joined the Southwestern Medical School faculty in 1963, after a residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital and a fellowship in anesthesiology research at Southwestern Medical School. He became a full professor in 1968. In...
    • 1993
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    • Advertisement for "Doctors' Phaetons"

    • This advertisement for "Doctors' Phaetons" appeared in the "Texas Clinic" journal, volume 3, 1900. Phaetons are light, four-wheeled carriages drawn by one or two horses. The dealer was located in Dallas, at the corner of Elm and Houston Streets.
    • 1900
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    • Advertisement for "The New Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Texas"

    • This advertisement for Parkland Hospital was published in the "Texas Health Journal," v. 7, December, 1894. Parkland advertised in order to fill its private wards with paying patients, who were charged $7 to $12 per week for the room, nurse, meals,...
    • 1894
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    • Advertisement for Benjamin Bluitt’s Sanitarium, 1911

    • Dr. Benjamin Bluitt was the first African-American surgeon in Texas and one of the first African-Americans to practice medicine in Dallas. His sanitarium—today we would call it a hospital—opened in 1905 and was the first Dallas hospital facility...
    • 1977
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    • Alan K. Pierce, M.D., 1985

    • Dr. Alan K. Pierce served on the faculty of the Department of Internal Medicine from 1962 until his retirement to become professor emeritus in 1999. During Dr. Pierce's career at UT Southwestern he served as served as Chief of Pulmonary Disease,...
    • 1985
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    • Alan K. Pierce, M.D., February 1963

    • Dr. Alan K. Pierce served on the faculty of the Department of Internal Medicine from 1962 until his retirement to become professor emeritus in 1999. During Dr. Pierce's career at UT Southwestern he served as served as Chief of Pulmonary Disease,...
    • 1963
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    • Albert Roberts, M.D., 2004

    • Dr. Albert Roberts is a Professor of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern and was formerly Associate Dean of Southwestern Medical School. In the 1980s, Dr. Roberts was co-host of the public television health care series "Here's to Your Health",...
    • 2004
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    • Albert Roberts, M.D., with patient, circa 1993

    • Dr. Albert Roberts, Professor of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern, is seen here consulting with a patient. Dr. Roberts is a 1954 graduate of Southwestern Medical School and was formerly Associate Dean of the medical school. In the 1980s, Dr....
    • Circa 1993
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    • Alfred G. Gilman, M.D., Ph.D., portrait photo, 1992

    • Alfred G. Gilman, M.D., Ph.D. was Regental Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology at UT Southwestern. He shared the 1994 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine with Martin Rodbell for their discovery of “G proteins." This discovery led to a more...
    • 1992
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    • Algur H. Meadows Diagnostic Imaging Center

    • The Algur H. Meadows Diagnostic Imaging Center opened in 1991 to serve patients at both Zale Lipshy University Hospital and Parkland Memorial Hospital. Adjacent to Parkland, the Meadows Diagnostic Imaging Center houses three magnetic resonance...
    • 2004
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    • Alice Lorraine Smith, M.D., portrait photo, circa 1990

    • Dr. Alice Lorraine Smith was one of Southwestern Medical School's first female graduates (class of 1946) and was among the first women to serve on the faculty. She joined the faculty in 1950 as Assistant Professor of Pathology and spent 56 years at...
    • Circa 1990
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    • Andres Goth, M.D., and laboratory assistant, circa 1960

    • Dr. Andres Goth joined the faculty of Southwestern Medical College faculty in 1944 and served as Chairman of Pharmacology from 1950, when the department was first organized, until Alfred G. Gilman took over as Chairman in 1981. As a research...
    • Circa 1960
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    • Andres Goth, M.D., portrait photo, 1978

    • Dr. Andres Goth, M.D. joined the faculty of Southwestern Medical College in 1944, and served as Chairman of Pharmacology from 1950, when the department was first organized, until Dr. Alfred G. Gilman took over as Chairman in 1981. As a research...
    • 1978
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    • Andres Goth, M.D.,  portrait photo, circa 1963

    • Dr. Andres Goth joined the faculty of Southwestern Medical College in 1944, and served as Chairman of Pharmacology from 1950, when the department was first organized, until Dr. Alfred G. Gilman took over as chairman in 1981. As a research...
    • Circa 1963
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    • Angiography suite in Zale Lipshy University Hospital, circa 1990

    • This angiography suite in Zale Lipshy University Hospital was state-of-the-art at the time hospital opened in 1989. Angiography testing uses contrast dye injected into an artery via a catheter. Multiple x-rays are taken as the dye moves through the...
    • Circa 1990
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    • Arnim E. Dontes, M.B.A., portrait photo, 2012

    • Arnim Dontes began as Executive Vice-President for Business Affairs at UT Southwestern on January 1, 2012, succeeding John Roan. Mr. Dontes has an M.B.A. from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
    • 2012
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    • Arthur Grollman, M.D. and researchers conduct experiment

    • Dr. Arthur Grollman (left), Gordon Gafford (center), who graduated from Southwestern Medical School in 1956, and an unidentified laboratory assistant conduct a research experiment in one of the prefabricated plywood buildings (often called the...
    • Circa 1956
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    • Arthur Grollman, M.D., portrait photo, circa 1965

    • Dr. Arthur Grollman was one of Southwestern Medical School‘s founding faculty. He joined the staff in 1944, shortly after the school opened in 1943, and retired in 1977, becoming Professor Emeritus of Internal Medicine. An internationally-known...
    • Circa 1965
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    • Atrium of Eugene McDermott Plaza during snowfall, 1976

    • This photo captures a moment of light snow in the atrium of UT Southwestern’s Eugene McDermott Plaza. The atrium and the surrounding plaza were completed in 1974 as part of the major expansion of the campus.
    • 1976
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    • Atticus James Gill, M.D., photo portrait, circa 1955

    • Dr. Atticus J. Gill was Dean of Southwestern Medical School from September 1954 to June 1967. He joined the faculty in 1943, the year the Southwestern opened, as assistant professor of pathology. He made major contributions to the School's...
    • Circa 1955
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    • Baylor University College of Medicine laboratories and dean's office

    • This group of photos showing interiors of the Baylor University College of Medicine was digitized from the 1906 Baylor University yearbook, "Round-Up." From top to bottom, the rooms shown are listed as: Bacteriological Laboratory, Dean's Office,...
    • 1906
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    • Baylor University College of Medicine students in chemistry laboratory

    • Baylor University College of Medicine students are at work in a chemistry laboratory. Professor Herbert C. Tidwell (left center, with mustache, facing camera) is the instructor. When Baylor College of Medicine moved to Houston in 1943, Dr. Tidwell...
    • Circa 1935
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    • Baylor University College of Medicine, Cary Hall, circa 1922

    • In 1922, Baylor University College of Medicine bought the former East Dallas City Hall (built in 1886 and later converted to a school), at the corner of Gaston Avenue and College Avenue (later Hall Street) to house its operations. Note the "East...
    • Circa 1922
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    • Baylor University College of Medicine, Cary Hall, circa 1930

    • In 1922, Baylor University College of Medicine bought the former East Dallas City Hall (built in 1886, and later converted to a school), at the corner of Gaston Avenue and College Avenue (later Hall Street) to house its operations. This photo shows...
    • Circa 1930
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    • Baylor University College of Medicine, interior scenes

    • This group of photos showing the interior of the Baylor College of Medicine building appeared in the College's 1903-04 Annual Announcement. From top to bottom, the rooms portrayed are labeled as Operating Room--College Building, Operating Room, and...
    • 1903
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    • Baylor University Hospital with nurse exiting the building

    • Texas Baptist Memorial Sanitarium opened this building in 1909. Its name changed its name to Baylor University Hospital in 1936. By the time this photo was taken, circa 1950, the two outer corners of the original front porch had been enclosed with...
    • Circa 1950
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    • Baylor University Medical Center campus

    • Baylor University Hospital grew into Baylor University Medical Center, adopting the new name in 1959. This drawing from about 1960 shows the Truett Hospital, completed in 1950, at the center of the drawing, and to the left the slightly later,...
    • Circa 1960
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    • Benjamin Levine, M.D., in laboratory, 2001

    • Dr. Benjamin Levine is Professor of Internal Medicine at UT Southwestern and holds the Distinguished Professorship in Exercise Sciences. He joined the faculty in 1990, and since 1992 has directed the Institute for Exercise and Environmental...
    • 2001
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